THC Distillate is a translucent oil devoid of the waxes or undesirable compounds from the original plant. Distillate is desirable due to its potency and versatility. It can be used to dab, vaporize, and mix in as an ingredient in edibles, topicals, and other products. Distillate concentrates are achieved through an extensive refinement process that separates compounds from cannabis plant matter. These syringes have added CBD Isolate. This concentrate is smokable, topical, and ingestible.
THC Distillate vs Isolate
There are many different ways to get THC, including edibles, topicals and soft gels. Among the purest forms of THC are isolates and distillates. In fact, these are the main ingredients used to produce THC edibles, topicals, soft gels and other CBD products.
THC is put through a process of heating and cooling to produce THC distillate, a much purer, cleaner and more potent form of the compound. THC distillate typically contains about 80% THC. While it doesn’t contain as high a concentration of THC as THC isolate, it does retain many of the other therapeutic compounds in the cannabis plant, like terpenes, vitamins, waxes and antioxidants. Made using a process of chromatography, THC distillate comes in liquid form.
recent studies have shown promise that THC may alleviate the symptoms of many common conditions. However, more research is needed and THC should never be used as a replacement to an actual medical treatment.
One of the other great benefits of THC distillate and THC isolate for many users is their extreme concentration and potency. For many people, especially medical cannabis users, many of the common methods of consuming THC, such as swallowing capsules, eating edibles, applying topicals or vaporizing oils, are prohibitive due to their medical condition.